The Biometric captures unique “minutia points” on the hand of the employee and measures between the points, then hashes the measurement to a single unique value that is transmitted for verification.
This technology is not restricted to just hands and fingers; there are terminals that scan a person’s iris to recognise the individual. Additionally, certain systems capture an image of a person’s unique face shape and use this to allow employees access to features on the terminal.
The technology used in biometric systems cannot be used for any purpose other than for access control and time and attendance. No other system uses biometric templates.
There are two types of technologies commonly used for fingerprint biometric identification: capacitive and image-based. Capacitive scanners work like touchscreens; an electronic pulse senses the ridges of fingerprints to map-out merge and end-points. Image-based scanners take a picture of the fingerprint to create the biometric template.
Since no personal information beyond the biometric template and employee number is involved, there is no risk of any sensitive information being compromised in any shape or form. That’s why, with Insync's fingerprint biometric time and attendance solutions, you can be rest assured your personal information and biometric data are safe and secure.
With these in mind Insync Solutions Limited offers a wide range of Time attendance and Access control products with features such as card readers (RFID), fingerprint readers, face recognition systems and password/Pin entry systems.